IMON - compatibility vs. efficiency

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by seamaiden, Jun 25, 2005.

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  1. seamaiden

    seamaiden Registered Member

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    IMON HTTP Compatibility Setup

    ewido security suite (ewidoguard.exe) Higher efficiency
    gcTCPObjLib (GIANTAntiSpywareMain.exe) Higher compatibility
    Mozilla/3.0 AAW SE (Ad-Aware.exe) Higher efficiency
    Mozilla/4.0 (gcasServAlert.exe) Higher compatibility
    NOD32 Update (nod32krn.exe) Higher efficiency
    Zone Labs Registration Agent 1.0 (zlclient.exe) Higher efficiency
    ZoneAlarm/5.5.094.000 (vsmon.exe) Higher efficiency

    IMON POP3 Compatibility Setup

    ( ) Maximum compatibility
    (*) Maximum efficiency


    Do these look like settings with maximum protection and minimal conflict? If not, which ones should be changed? Will this cause any conflicts with ZoneAlarm, Ad-Aware, or Ewido?

    Microsoft Antispyware and X-Cleaner "see" the Winsock LSPs of NOD32 IMON as "damaged" or "broken" even though they are not. That is why I selected "higher compatibility" for Microsoft Antispyware. Do not let X-Cleaner "repair" your Winsock LSPs if NOD32 is installed. The two programs are not compatible together in that respect. If you do let X-Cleaner "repair" them, then IMON will be grayed out and you will need to re-register its LSPs.

    The latest release of X-Cleaner Free prompted a security alert from Ad-Watch for malware called "Virtual Bouncer." It may be a good idea not to use the installer version of X-Cleaner until we know whether this is a false positive or not. It may be difficult to determine that since Xblock offers no tech support on the free version of X-Cleaner.
     
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  2. Blackspear

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    Just set everything to GREEN and you shouldn't see an issue.

    Cheers :D
     

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  3. Marcos

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    Blackspear meant everything but download managers and streaming media players ;-)
     
  4. rdsu

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    Yep, I use "Highly Compatibility" for these kind of programs...
     
  5. Blackspear

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    LOL, indeed, as I use Cable I don't use a download manager ;) :D

    Thanks Marcos.

    Cheers :D
     
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    So the "svchost.exe" is ok in high efficiency mode?. I thought I read where it would or could conflict with those monthly windows updates. I do have high speed cable here. If high efficiency is fine I'll go for it. I also keep my media players in higher compatability setting.
     
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  7. hadi

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    Hi Blackspear
    just saved my day thanks
    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=87225

    I don't have mozilla. can you tell me why mozilla is present there.
    Thanks
     
  8. Blackspear

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    It is there because you are using Internet Explorer, and this has its founding in Mozilla. I can't find the link at the moment but this has been discussed before when it was first seen (maybe in the Beta forum).

    Cheers :D
     
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    hadi Guest

    Thanks for the info! Ron
     
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